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Guidelines for Squadron Leaders - Possible List

The need to create guidelines (or in other words, orientations) is due to the need to make the squadrons leaders more aware of some procedures in order to be better prepared on how to deal with any problems that may arise. 
 
That is why your contribution on this is important, so giving your ideas, saying what you find wrong or right will definately lead to a more complete and credible list, which by itself will lead to a better harmony between the players, the squadrons, on the game and on the forum.
 
  • Promote respect between your own members and other squadrons/players/Gaijin Staff in the Game/War Thunder Forum/Gaijin TeamSpeak Server;
  • Advise the members to not feed discussions and/or any conflicts (among the squadrons or with other players - Keep it private);
  • Recommend members to use the report (complain) tool in the game to make complaints;
  • Be an example for others (members or any other players) with qualities like understanding, friendship and support;
  • Give motivation and promote a good understanding between other members of your Squadron;
  • Promote equal treatment between the members;
  • Inform the game masters and/or the moderating team (In Game, Official Forum, Official Gaijin TeamSpeak) about any issues/doubts/ideas/support;
  • Be polite and avoid any kind of profanity to the members of the squadron and other players (in game chat, forum, ts);
  • Advise the squadron members to follow the game and forum rules;
  • Do not name and shame any member/s or any other player/s in game or in the forum;
  • Give the support needed to the squadron members when they require it;
  • Do not advertise/promote any psychotropic substances or alcoholic drinks in the War Thunder public areas;
  • Do not advertise/promote any type of hacking or any kind of scams in the War Thunder public areas;
  • Lead by example.
 
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to be honest this day in time to not (offend) anybody would be easier to get the tooth ferry and the easter bunny to have babies.the name i was given at birth would more than likely (offend) more than one person.that being said a group of random letters put together that mean one thing to one group could mean something totally different to another group.to put this much time into what (offends) somebody (offends)me.this is without a doubt valuable time that could be spent developing this game further or even better fixing what is already developed.

 

yours truly,not easily offended

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to be honest this day in time to not (offend) anybody would be easier to get the tooth ferry and the easter bunny to have babies.the name i was given at birth would more than likely (offend) more than one person.that being said a group of random letters put together that mean one thing to one group could mean something totally different to another group.to put this much time into what (offends) somebody (offends)me.this is without a doubt valuable time that could be spent developing this game further or even better fixing what is already developed.

 

yours truly,not easily offended

"to be honest this day in time to not offend anybody would be easier to get the tooth ferry and the easter bunny to have babies.the name i was given at birth would more than likely (offend) more than one person."

 

I think you mean its harder to not offend people...

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The need to create guidelines (or in other words, orientations) is due to the need to make the squadrons leaders more aware of some procedures in order to be better prepared on how to deal with any problems that may arise. 
 
That is why your contribution on this is important, so giving your ideas, saying what you find wrong or right will definately lead to a more complete and credible list, which by itself will lead to a better harmony between the players, the squadrons, on the game and on the forum.
 
  • Promote respect between your own members and other squadrons/players/Gaijin Staff in the Game/War Thunder Forum/Gaijin TeamSpeak Server;
  • Advise the members to not feed discussions and/or any conflicts (among the squadrons or with other players - Keep it private);
  • Recommend members to use the report (complain) tool in the game to make complaints;
  • Be an example for others (members or any other players) with qualities like understanding, friendship and support;
  • Give motivation and promote a good understanding between other members of your Squadron;
  • Promote equal treatment between the members;
  • Inform the game masters and/or the moderating team (In Game, Official Forum, Official Gaijin TeamSpeak) about any issues/doubts/ideas/support;
  • Be polite and avoid any kind of profanity to the members of the squadron and other players (in game chat, forum, ts);
  • Advise the squadron members to follow the game and forum rules;
  • Do not name and shame any member/s or any other player/s in game or in the forum;
  • Give the support needed to the squadron members when they require it;
  • Do not advertise/promote any psychotropic substances or alcoholic drinks in the War Thunder public areas;
  • Do not advertise/promote any type of hacking or any kind of scams in the War Thunder public areas;
  • Lead by example.

 

Great list sir! Thanks :salute:

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